Category Archives: Agronomics

Spraying for Poa annua

 Today, with beautiful weather and the course closed we began spraying Poa annua. utilizing today allowed the staff to ensure golfers were not tracking the chemical onto the greens, which would be detrimental.   Even though winter preemergent weed control was applied, we … Continue reading


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Frost and Freeze Delays

We are reaching that time of year when frost and freeze delays determine the first tee time on the golf course. Opening the course for play too early will negatively impact the health of the greens. When a sunny warm … Continue reading


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Winter Time Mowing Heights and Overseeding Driving Range Tee

Every year you anticipate having a cold winter which could possibly devastate warm seasons grasses like bermuda grass. To protect our grasses, all bermuda grass height of cuts have been raised to allow more leaf tissue to generate and more … Continue reading


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Fescue Aerification

This past week we began aerifing all the fescue beds around the course. Earlier that week the course received several inches of rain loosening the ground and providing a soft surface to puncture a hole with the aerifier. These aerification … Continue reading


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Fall Aerification

Our Fall aerification has come and gone. On September 10th and 11th the final aerification for the year was completed.  We began in the afternoon following in behind the Susan G. Komen outing and finished the front nine in the evening. Everything went as … Continue reading


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Fall Aerification

We will begin aerifying greens Monday afternoon, the 10th, following an outing. Our goal is to work into the evening completing the aerification process on the front nine greens. Tuesday, the 11th, our staff will touch up the front nine … Continue reading


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Feel the Breeze

The new fans have arrived at Bluegrass!!  Fans have been installed on greens 4, 5, 8, and 10. Currently #8 is operational and the other three are wired ready to go. Early next week wer are looking for NES to … Continue reading


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